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Keb Darge - spinning discs and doing flips

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HAD KEB Darge not picked a fight with a kid in school he would never have discovered taikwando, which means he possibly would never have heard Northern soul, never searched out for the records, and never got a chance to DJ them.

Keb Darge - spinning discs and doing flips

HAD KEB Darge not picked a fight with a kid in school he would never have discovered taikwando, which means he possibly would never have heard Northern soul, never searched out for the records, and never got a chance to DJ them.

SPORTS SHORTS

• Bow Waves, the only Galway-based maritime training organisation, has launched its winter training programme. The courses, for people who go to sea for a living or for leisure, range from basic sailing and powerboat courses up to advanced. Over the winter there are a number of evening courses, including navigation, GPS, VHF, first aid, diesel engine, and sea survival. Sailing courses include yachts, keelboats and dinghies, with adults, juniors, schools, and groups are catered for. Bow Waves is also running a commercial passenger boat skippers’ course (Master 200 ton - Power), starting in November; a yachtmaster course, and an introduction to navigation starting in the next few weeks. The venue is the Galway Harbour Enterprise Park. For further information contact Bow Waves on 091 560 560 or e-mail [email protected]

Sunderland and Fulham sign up for Umbro Cup

More than 50 great teams from Ireland, Britain, Europe, the US, and Mexico have already signed up for this year’s Umbro Galway Cup.

Galway prepares for Umbro Cup festival

Salthill Devon’s Drom Soccer Park is set to host the battle of the best of underage soccer.

Former winners line up for another tilt at elite title

The line up in the elite section of this year’s Umbro Cup includes all four previous winners, FAI Emerging Talent (2005), Aberdeen (2006), Ipswich (2007) and Leicester City (2008).

Underage soccer giants commence battle at Drom

The battle for underage soccer honours began in Salthill Devon’s Drom Soccer Park yesterday on the opening day of the Umbro Galway Cup.

The Claddagh market

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Grace Henry was born in Aberdeen in 1868. She studied art in Paris where she worked with Andre Lhote. It was there she met the Irish artist Paul Henry, and they married in 1903. They returned to Ireland to paint. In 1912 they went on holiday to Achill Island, and ended up staying there for eight years. They both painted a lot on the island, but also in other areas in the west. Her work was very influenced by Paul in those years. Eventually they moved back to Dublin and, in the late 1920s, they separated. They continued to paint and each developed a major artistic reputation. Grace died in 1953.

 

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